Wednesday, March 5, 2014

New in the Shop!

It's been forever since I did a shop update. I've mostly been adding illustrated notebooks lately. Here are the latest:

cactus garden notebook

rainy day notebook

ranunculus notebook

These two notebooks both sold really quickly after I posted them, but I've had a lot of people interested since then, so maybe I'll make more in slightly different versions? I feel bad when someone contacts me disappointed because they wanted to buy one of my ooak notebooks and it's already sold. My plan in the future is to start adding prints to my shop for this very reason. I will still probably do limited editions though. I just really like the idea of putting something special into the world that's one-of-a-kind or a few-of-a-kind. And I think most of the people who buy from my shop like knowing that they won't see anyone else who has the same thing. So I definitely don't want to lose that specialness when I start selling prints. And yes, specialness is a word! (I just had to google it to make sure I wasn't making up words again, which I really like to do haha.)

***Also, I'm offering free shipping in my Society6 shop this week (expires Sunday night, March 9, at midnight PST). It only works with this link!

Hope everyone is having a spectacular Wednesday so far. I've been up since 6am (what?) and already had way too much coffee. If you've been following me for a while, you probably know that I'm a night owl and have no business functioning this early in the morning. But it does happen on rare occasions, and I feel like I should just go with it. :)


  1. The cactus garden! I love cacti because it's the one plant I can't kill!

    I'm excited that you're going to start doing prints. I was eyeballing the row houses, too, but somebody got to it first. Even if you just did a series of 10, that would be really exciting.

  2. I love the cactus notebook so much. Looking forward to your prints!

  3. I like those colourful houses! What I also like is the addition of confetti to your photo's :-)

  4. Love your ranunculus book. And I can see why the buildings sold so the colors :)

  5. Oh those are all fantastic! I love how the color pops against the brown and grey of the notebooks!